New investigations reveal the extremist positions of many law enforcement officials.
The court ruled that First Amendment protections don't apply to a corporation that operates a public access channel in New York.
The Department of Homeland Security fumbled a domestic terrorism report in 2009 that warned about right-wing militias targeting the U.S. Army for recruits.
In 2009, the Department of Homeland Security released a report highlighting the threat of far-right groups recruiting veterans. Ten years later, it's still relevant.
In Minneapolis–St.Paul, Minnesota a number of organizations are using community collaboration to steer young people away from potential political extremism.
McInnes is suing the Southern Poverty Law Center over its decision to include the Proud Boys on its list of hate groups.
New research pinpoints how the desire for excitement inspires support for violent extremism.
A year after the liberation of Mosul, Iraq's boys find themselves in a series of dead ends.
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An early look at a Pacific Standard story that's currently only available to subscribers.
The psychology, and scope, of irrational fears.
Hate groups provide violent ideologies for terrorists who have killed dozens of Americans over the last 14 years.
"Terrorists are treated like common criminals when it comes to sentencing, even if they are repeat offenders."